Use the TOW Bible Commentary to Include Work Whenever You Preach
Every week the people in your church go to work of all kinds, whether paid or unpaid. To work as God intends, they need to know what the Bible says that applies to their work. This doesn’t have to come via sermons about work, just sermons that include work week by week.
The TOW Bible Commentary brings out the workplace implications and applications of nearly 1000 passages across every book of the Bible. It includes hundreds of topics, not just “work” topics, but the kinds of topics your sermons may already include, such as relationships, grace, covenant, environment, serving others, justice, spiritual gifts, calling or generosity. Familiar topics, explored with an eye towards how they apply to work.
The Theology of Work Bible Commentary incorporates materials from over 120 contributors representing the breadth of the historic/orthodox Christian faith, vetted by an Editorial Board of biblical scholars, pastors and workplace experts meeting in person discuss, amend, and improve each passage in the commentary. Over seven years in the making, and continually updated online, this multi-faceted commentary reflects the true nature of work as described in the Bible.
Click any book below to begin exploring the Theology of Work Bible Commentary.
Genesis / Exodus / Leviticus / Numbers / Deuteronomy / Joshua / Judges / Ruth / 1 Samuel / 2 Samuel / 1 Kings / 2 Kings / 1 Chronicles / 2 Chronicles / Ezra / Nehemiah / Esther / Job / Psalms / Proverbs / Ecclesiastes / Song of Songs / Isaiah / Jeremiah / Lamentations / Ezekiel / Daniel / Hosea / Joel / Amos / Obadiah / Jonah / Micah / Nahum / Habakkuk / Zephaniah / Haggai / Zechariah / Malachi
Matthew / Mark / Luke / John / Acts / Romans / 1 Corinthians / 2 Corinthians / Galatians / Ephesians / Philippians / Colossians / 1 Thessalonians / 2 Thessalonians / 1 Timothy / 2 Timothy / Titus / Philemon / Hebrews / James / 1 Peter / 2 Peter / 1 John / 2 John / 3 John / Jude / Revelation
You can also use the TOW search to find references to a particular Bible passage or topic.